The Canadian Association of Electroneurophysiology Technologists (CAET) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to advance and promote the science, knowledge, technology and technical standards of electroneurophysiology in Canada.
Electroneurophysiology (ENP) technology is the diagnostic field devoted to testing the function of the central and peripheral nervous systems by the use of various sensitive instruments. The recording and evaluation of spontaneous and evoked electrical activity from the brain and its nervous system requires the expertise of well trained technologists
Since its original inception in 1951, CAET's purpose has been to advance and promote the science, knowledge and technical standards of electroneurophysiology in Canada.
CAET also maintains a liaison with the Canadian Board of Registration of Electroencephalograph Technologists Inc., (CBRET) which is responsible for conducting written and oral-practical examinations which determines the knowledge and skills of EEG technologists.